Argot & the Dangerous Classes$15.95
A poet, translator, and co-editor (of the letters of her late husband, Situationist Guy Debord) who has written extensively on the etymology and history of European slang, Alice Becker-Ho examines...
A Critical Hidden History$18.00
A highly personal, deeply political, coldly analytical and achingly optimistic account of what some consider to be one of the most important English political groupings of the 20th Century and...
Towards a Theory of the Deformation of Value Under State Capitalism$16.00
The Aufheben collective explores the inadequacies of the theory of the USSR as a degenerated workers' state and the various versions of the theory that the USSR was a form of state capitalism.
Become a citizen of the first global state of the universe! The NSK State in Time emerged in 1992, evolving in the context of the dissolution of Yugoslavia and the transformation Neue Slowenische...
Originally published in 1983, Brenner’s famous study documents a history of collusion between the Zionist movement and European fascism during the first half of the 20th century. The new edition...
“If we are to understand molecular biopolitics then we must see it working in the participatory mechanism of fascism and today’s fascism from below…Führers and inspired leaders do not seem to be...
The final issue of Occupied London, an anarchist journal of theory and action. Put out by the minds behind From the Greek Streets, the...
On 18 March 1871, the Parisian working class began a rebellion that shook the foundations of European society. Laborers seized direct control over their city, expelling their...
The State and Counter-Revolution$20.00
Originally published as a pamphlet in 1970, Maurice Brinton’s The Bolsheviks and Workers’ Control presents a concise yet brilliant historical critique of...
Dutch Collective Imagination in the Sixties and Seventies$16.95
Assault on the Impossible is the second Autonomedia title to concentrate on the Provo period in the Netherlands. The Provo movement is unique in the modern era for having radically reshaped...